What Adult Coloring Books Show Us: Light, and Dark
It’s springtime for Crayola. Not that we haven’t known for some time that everything’s coming up “Brilliant Rose” for adult coloring books. (That’s a shade of crayon produced by the company from 1949 to 1958, “Fuzzy Wuzzy” having been a more recent shade, 1998 to 2005.)
Last Friday, The Bookseller’s Lisa Campbell reported that the late Terry Pratchett is to be honored in the UK with an adult coloring book from Gollancz, created by the illustrator Paul Kidby. Terry Pratchett’s Discworld Colouring Book is scheduled for an August 11 release.